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Yassine Houari

Yassine Houari

Analyst (Energy & Utilities)

Accenture

London

Analyst (Energy & Utilities) at Accenture

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Accenture

Analyst (Energy & Utilities)

Analyst within Accenture's Energy and Utilities practices, with client-facing project experience in Smart Grid, Smart Metering, and Intelligent Cities technologies, and research experience in clean energy generation, integration of renewable energy and electric vehicles into the power grid, wind and solar technology development, and rare metals used in emerging technologies.

Projects:
• Business and Project Management Analyst on a smart metering options appraisal project at one of the UK's largest water and wastewater utilities [3 months]

• System Performance Analyst on a multi-million pound smart meter data management system integration project at a large ("big six") UK energy supplier [12 months]

• Research and Data Analyst on an Intelligent Cities project for the Municipal Govt. of Rio de Janeiro [6 weeks]

• Research Analyst on an Intelligent Cities project in Colombia, supported by a multinational broadband and telecoms provider [6 weeks, part-time support]


Additional research work:
- Production forecasting software solutions for solar and wind energy
- Software solutions and vendors for upstream oil and gas
- Local content strategies for mining companies in frontier markets

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The Royal Society

Science Policy Intern

Worked on the completion of the People and the Planet population growth report, which was presented at the Rio+20 Climate Change Summit in 2012.

The report is available at: http://royalsociety.org/policy/projects/people-planet/report/

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UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC)

Research Assistant

Worked on a UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) project assessing metal resource availability for low carbon energy technologies.

Conducted modelling research on new metals used in low carbon energy technologies, examining the availability, economics and engineering properties of rare and minor metals used in wind turbines, solar panels, and electric vehicles in order to assess and mitigate supply risk. Co-authored a number of UKERC reports and independent research papers forthcoming in scientific journals (see list of publications below)

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DAAD German Academic Exchange Service

Research Intern, Acoustic Engineering Department, Technische Universitat Berlin

Imperial College London

MSc Environmental Technology, Energy Policy

Overall Result: Distinction

Queen Mary, University of London

BEng, Mechanical Engineering

Overall Result: 1st Class Honours